A car after my own heart, the Lamborghini EVO RWD, which was launched by Lamborghini India on 29th January, 2020.
The EVO RWD goes from 0 to 60 in 3.3 seconds and has a top speed of 325 Kmph. The car produces 610 Horsepower and 560 Nm of torque from its naturally aspirated V10. The rear wheel drive configuration coupled with the naturally aspirated V10 is a return to Lamborghini’s heritage.
According to Lamborghini, the Huracan EVO RWD delivers the evolution of the most successful Lamborghini V10 to the realm of pure, unfiltered driving emotion, where skill and engineering excellence combine to deliver an exhilarating experience.
Lamborghini has equipped the EVO RWD with a new traction control system called the Performance Tracking Control System (PTCS), it interferes in accordance with the mode the car is being driven in. The new performance traction system allows for a smooth driving even in the rain or snow. What the new traction system also allows the EVO RWD to do, is DRIFT. The Huracan EVO RWD with its high horsepower and its traction, system has some pretty great sliding abilities.
The EVO RWD comes equipped with three driving modes; Sports, Strada and Corsa. The Sport Mode is meant for normal usage and everyday driving, the Corsa Mode is for great cornering abilities, but if you’re looking for some slipping and sliding fun, then the Strada Mode is the optimum choice.
The Huracan EVO RWD in the front gets cross drilled rotors, a new splitter, some vertical fins and a wider front air intake which provides for an improved aerodynamic system and increased level of efficiency. The characteristic Y-shaped, electric concept headlights adorn the front splitter as an aerodynamic element. The rear features an F-Duct spoiler and a new reworked diffuser which together help increase the downforce produced.
The EVO RWD in essence has been developed and refined to be more fun to drive, providing the driver with a more direct response and outstanding handling performance. The Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) system which handles lateral dynamics, has been tuned to increase driver feedback.
Lamborghini also introduced a brand-new paint color; Giallo Belnus, it’s a shade of yellow and accentuates the shape of the car. Both the exterior and the interior of the car can be customised in terms of colour and trim.
The EVO RWD is priced at Rs. 3.22 crore (ex-showroom) which is Rs. 51 cheaper than the All-Wheel Drive version.